Named initialisers and other hilarity
dottedmag at dottedmag.net
Thu Sep 21 07:18:22 PDT 2006
You (matthieu.herrb at laas.fr) wrote:
MH> Because until now we had no other reason to maintain a separate
MH> X.Org tree for them, and because running code on various
MH> architecture generally helps validating that so called "portable"
MH> code really is.
OpenBSD already have shiny new X.Org 7.1. If X.Org stops maintaining
compatibility with gcc-2.95, probably those lazy bastards will keep up
with the progress of the humanity?
Beside OpenBSD there are lots of platfroms to validate "portability"
of the code.
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